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This was THE go-to book for me. Simple and concise.
by on 5/29/2014 10:34 PM

This is a comprehensive book consisting of Logical Reasoning, Reading Comprehension, Analytical Reasoning, practice problems, and practice LSAT Tests. It also comes with a CD-ROM to provide you with extra information and practice questions. This was THE go-to book for me. The author's breakdown of each subject was simple and concise, and this was truly helpful since many of the topics on the LSAT have not been taught in college. One advice I would give: make sure you do all of the practice problems and take all of the practice exams under a time situation. Believe me, you will feel confident going into that exam and you will reap the results of your hard work. I know I did! I found no problems with using Princeton Review. Since it's a prep book and not an in-class prep course, you really have to be disciplined to make the time to study and practice. But once you do that, you will do well without having to pay the exorbitant amount of a test prep course. I highly recommend this book to LSAT takers. I bought mine at Barnes and Noble, but get in any other bookstore, on their website, or anywhere online.

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